Hacksaw Gaming advances partnership with BetMGM

March 22, 2024
Leer en Español

The pair plan on expanding together to New Jersey in the coming months.

Hacksaw Gaming and BetMGM have set out plans to continue extending their reach across the US, after some previous market entries between the pair. 

In their market expansion in North America together, Hacksaw Gaming and BetMGM signed a content agreement in Ontario, which saw the supplier make its slot titles available to players throughout the province, via BetMGM’s Ontario-facing digital casino platform. 

This was then followed with the pair making their debut in West Virginia after Hacksaw Gaming had received its supplier license back in August, from the West Virginia Lottery, to distribute its full suite of titles to operators within the state. 

The duo plan on extending their relationship together within the state of New Jersey in the coming months. 

The first set of games within Hacksaw Gaming's deal with BetMGM in West Virginia, included titles such as Joker Bombs and Outlaws Inc, which served as a sneak peek into the offerings of Hacksaw Gaming. 

Titles were featured and positioned in specific spots on the online casino site to ensure the launch was an impactful one. Since the launch, more of Hacksaw’s titles have been added on the site. 

Hacksaw Gaming CEO Marcus Cordes said: "Joining BetMGM on the mission to put Hacksaw Gaming on the map has been an exhilarating experience. We are making excellent progress." 

This news follows on from Michigan awarding Hacksaw Gaming a provisional internet gaming supplier license to take its presence to three states. 

In other BetMGM news, the brand recently agreed a partnership with Marriot Bonvoy relating to rewards points. 


Product Spotlight

Bragg Gaming Group

Bragg Gaming Group is a global content-driven iGaming technology provider, serving online and land-based gaming operators with its proprietary and exclusive content and cutting-edge technology.

John Connelly - Interblock preparing to launch online by the end of year

John Connelly, the Global CEO of Interblock, joins the Huddle to talk about:
- The company's conversion to the online space
- The performance of ETGs
- Interblock's new philanthropic efforts
- The trend of companies going private
- And more!

Michael Hershman - Dispelling casino 'myths:' New York needs to lose fear of the unknown

Michael Hershman, CEO of the Soloviev Group, joins Tim Poole on the Huddle to put forward his case that the Freedom Plaza is the way to go for one of New York's casino licences. He fields a variety of questions - not shying away from any of them - on why 'myths' about casinos and a fear of the unknown should be dispelled, as well as acknowledging the strength of rival bids and discussing opposition to the project.

Five years ago, before the mass proliferation of social media we see today – and even before the Covid-19 pandemic – I think you would be hard pressed to find a CEO talking about “Instagrammable moments.” KPIs w...

The Global Gaming Awards: Looking ahead to 2024's ceremonies.
After more than a decade of celebrating gaming's best, Gaming America looks ahead to a bright 2024 for the Global Gaming Awards in the Americas and Asia-Pacific.
From the top: The Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention
Tribal gaming is a uniquely American institution and all its uncommon attributes were on display this April at the Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention in Anaheim, California.
Review: Terre Haute Casino Resort and Harrah's Hoosier Park Racing & Casino
Terre Haute Casino Resort vs. Harrah's Hoosier Park Racing & Casino, Gaming America's Laura Mack reviews each property.
Eureka Casino interview: CEO Andre Carrier on resort expansion
We spoke with returning guest, CEO Andre Carrier, about Eureka Casino Resort's expansion. He aims to not only change the look and feel of the casino, but to also build residential housing around it.